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Event> Elegy: Reflections on Angkor in Beverly Hills

Elegy: Reflections On Angkor, Photographs By John McDermott Sundaram Tagore Gallery 9606 S. Santa Monica Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA Through March 12 In Elegy: Reflections On Angkor, John McDermott’s monochromatic photographs of the famous Hindu-Buddhist temple complex in the jungle of Cambodia are a haunting paean to an inspiring and…
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Quick Clicks> Cooper, Dharavi, Evolution, Charts

Keeping Cooper. There's a fight brewing over the demolition of the 186-year-old 35 Cooper Square. A demolition permit had been issued and subsequent stop work orders and candlelight vigils. The small federal style structure was once home to descendants of Peter Stuyvesant and beatnik Diane DiPrima. Keep tabs on…

Friday Video: Little Plane Flies Through Big City

It's Friday afternoon, so why not take a joy ride through the skies of New York?  Gothamist uncovered this amazing video of a homemade RC airplane with a video camera attached to its nose making its way among the skyscrapers and bridges of New York.  Makes for some pretty…
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Gehry Supports Israeli Settlement Boycott

According to the group Jewish Voice for Peace, Frank Gehry has signed a letter supporting an Israeli settlement boycott. Gehry is among an international group of artists and performers who have signed a letter supporting a group of Israeli actors and playwrights who have refused to play at the…
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Tobias Wong, 1974-2010

The Architect's Newspaper was saddened to hear of the untimely passing of designer Tobias Wong at age 35. Wong's friend and occasional collaborator Aric Chen captures Wong's influences, ideas, and legacy in this statement:
Through his work, Wong helped bring forth much of what is now taken for granted…
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Eavesdrop CA 04

WAY TO GO CLIVE The unofficial mayor of Silver Lake, Barbara Bestor, once again transformed local Mexican restaurant Casita del Campo into a sweaty mosh pit for architects and other designers at the end of March. Among those dancing like teenagers were Clive Wilkinson and his beautiful, young (mee-ow alert!)…